What! Why would there be a test on bushings? ! Well, maybe because if you don't know about bushings you obviously don't know which ones are going to carve the best, what ones are going to give you speed whobbles, or which ones are going to look, fit, or preform the best. See how much you already know. . . NO CHEATING!
Large and harder bushings so they fit better in the upper washer and the hardness means less ability to make turns that would blow it out.
Rebound oriented bushings so they redirect blowout pressure the other directing but in turn can cause random speed whobbles.
Super soft and smaller bushings because they stick to the washers the best and the small size means higher radius of turn so instead of blowing out your trucks will just turn.
Aluminum Insert bushings because they eliminate the need for upper washers.
Soft and large bushings because they stick and fir snuggly.
A hard rubber and urithane mix at 50/50
Low rebound and absorbtion urithanes and rubbers meant for high velocity
%60 Urithane %35 Rubber %5 Secret Elastic Material
%50 more rebound than any bushing on the market
%70 more rebound than any bushing on the market
%40 more shock absorbtion than any bushing on the market
%30 longer life than any bushing on the market
%60 more stability than any other speed bushing on the market
Protect your trucks
Khiro Gold Combo Insert Bushings
Khiro Tall Cone Bushings
Khiro Double Barrel Insert Bushings
Khiro Barrel Bushings
Khiro Aluminum Insert Combo Bushings
Upside down regular washers
Flat and wide washers
Flat and small washers
Here's an interesting quiz for you.